Originally Posted by Galian Beast
All I know is Garrett is holding this team back. Normally when you are a midranking scoring offense, you would do something to get better. Unfortunately we've made no attempts to get any elite offensive coaching talents since Garrett has been here. Not a single one. We let Marty Morningweg sign with the Jets of all teams... Would have been perfect here. And he almost always has a top 10 offense.
Yep, that's a fair question.
I have no issue at with the replacement of Ryan. I like the Kiffin hire more now that Marinelli is along. 4-3/3-4.....you still need reinforcements on the DL in either case. 4-3 might give a guy like Wilbur a better chance to succeed as I think he fits better in a 4-3.
I would like to know the plan for the move to a 4-3. I'd like to hear someone come out and say they felt the personnel fit was better or it was done due to Spencer's contract. Otherwise, it feels like making a change just to make a change which this franchise has done way too much of.
Back to your original question.....why no changes yet on the offensive side of the ball? I'll be really disappointed if the change is simply to let Callahan call plays or to swap out the RB coach. Garrett has had one dominant offense in his time here (2007) when he had Sparano as training wheels. Since, he's only shown the ability to field an offense that generates a lot of yards, but not a lot of points. He is pretty consistent there and if defense needed to be addressed, then offense certainly needs to be. A fresh voice from the outside, preferably a guy who has some skins on the wall in terms of game management and has shown an ability to adapt his offense to the personnel on the field, would be ideal.